Conspiracy Theorists Take A Hit After Book "Nobody Died At Sandy Hook"

The father of six-year-old victim Noah Pozner sued James Fetzer and Mike Palacek after they co-wrote a book titled, "Nobody Died at Sandy Hook." In the book, they say the Newtown massacre was staged by the federal government and there were no victims.

In the 2012 shooting, 20 children and six adults were killed. Parents of victims have said they received threats by people who believed a conspiracy theory that the shooting was fake. Fetzer's lawyer said they plan to appeal the ruling. He said Fetzer has the right to believe the shooting never happened and the right to express his ignorance.

Noah’s father has fought for the suit, as he says, for longer than the boy was alive.


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